Finding Opportunities for Fortune in Foreclosures
Elyria, OH (PRWEB) March 8, 2011
Today’s foreclosure market is hotter than ever. In fact, some experts estimate that the number of foreclosed properties in 2011 will top the 3.8 million-mark (according to RealtyTrac) set in 2010. Knowing how to navigate foreclosure investing is as important as ever and is why Equity University is presenting an exclusive webinar “Finding Opportunities for Fortune in Foreclosures” on March 10, 2011 at 9 p.m. ET. Register at http://equity-university.trustetc.com/CustomContentRetrieve.aspx?ID=3835274
Join Equity University’s Director of Education Edwin Kelly and special guest, Linda Yates of Foreclosure.com for a comprehensive look at the pros, cons and realities of investing in foreclosed properties. In the hour-long session, you’ll discover:
- The ins and outs of the foreclosure process, including what to do when the property’s value is higher or lower than the loan balance due to the lender
- The steps to completing a deal which include finding a property, analyzing the deal, making the purchase, renovating the property and marketing the property
- Why purchasing foreclosed properties at a sheriff’s auction carry a high level of risk and are not for everyone
- Why real estate owned properties may be the best place to start when first investing in foreclosures
This information-packed foreclosure session will also cover the importance of developing a workable plan, applying negotiation techniques, doing the math on the obvious and not-so-obvious costs, and having a solid exit strategy.
The webinar is ideal for active foreclosed properties investors or simply people considering the possibility. Attendees will walk away more informed and more confident about investing in foreclosed properties. Register at http://equity-university.trustetc.com/CustomContentRetrieve.aspx?ID=3835274
About Equity University
Equity University is the educational affiliate of Equity Trust Company. Since 1974, Equity Trust has specialized in the custody of alternative assets in self-directed IRAs, 401(k)s and more. These accounts enable you to invest in both traditional assets and nearly unlimited alternative assets in a tax-sheltered environment. Today, we’re one of the nation’s leading self-directed account custodians serving more than 128,000 individuals and businesses nationwide with approximately $10 billion of retirement plan assets under management. Discover more at TrustETC.com.